Class Six's new teacher is a witch. Her lessons are magic, and she's great at teaching spelling...but when the entire class catch witch nits, something has to be done. A hilarious school comedy.
Sally Prue isn't sure where she was born, but from the time she was adopted as a baby she was brought up in Hertfordshire. Sally and her husband Roger have two grown-up daughters: Sophia and Rosalind. When Sally is not writing books she's often reading them, or writing e-mails. She also has a house and garden that decays just slightly faster than she can do anything about it. She likes walking, and birds and other animals and plants. She is really interested in frogs, art, making things, music, people, ideas, fabrics. She has a set of Northumbrian bagpipes, but she doesn't play them very often at the moment. Which is probably a good thing.
Things just get weirder and weirder in this hilarious tale which
takes a whole new look at teachers. -- Sarah Brew *
...a jolly good romp which moves at a cracking pace and those who've just begun to read fluently will love it. -- Adele Geras * awfullybigreviews.blogspot.co.uk *